My Father's Glory
Chronique d'une famille du début du siècle à travers le regard et les aventures du jeune Marcel qui sont également les souvenirs d'enfance de Marcel Pagnol.
With a strange but really interesting narrative, this movie is funny, innocent, and with a great cinematography that takes you to 1900.
This is the first time that I have watched a foreign film without the benefit of subtitles. Don't misunderstand me, I haven't magically learned French, but with the help of a bilingual friend, I feel that I got pretty much as much out of the film as I would've had the film had English subs.
Much of my reason for wanting to see this came from the fact that it is directed by one Yves Robert who directed the film Alexandre le bienheureux, which is the one film that pretty much sums up my life philosophy. He does as good a job directing here, but the story is a bit lacking in my opinion. It is all about a boy…